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OK, i am trying to get my Vaio thats running Suse Pro 9.1. My plan was to use my Dell, which is running XP and is directly connected to the ...
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    OK, i am trying to get my Vaio thats running Suse Pro 9.1. My plan was to use my Dell, which is running XP and is directly connected to the router and attach a crossover ethernet cable from my dell to the vaio. So i went to Yast DSL and it said that there were no DSL devices to configure. Also, I am not opposed to putting my Vaio directly to the router if thats the way to go.

    Thanks for the help

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    thats definetly going to be easier, runnign a computer through multiple gateways is not only gonna slow down connections speed, but will be a pain to configure, a straight router will be more efficent
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    you should try ipforwarding ...may works...
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